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Game Development Guide: What Coding Languages to Learn and How to Get Started

Game Development Guide

For decades, video games have entertained children and adults alike. Today, 64 percent of U.S. households own a device used to play video games, says the Entertainment Software Association. Video games have evolved rapidly from the early days, offering increasingly realistic experiences that no longer resemble the pixelated screens and 8-bit games of past generations. …

Starting Again: Patrick Urbankowski’s Crossover to Coding

When Patrick Urbankowski graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Material Science and Engineering, he had an advanced understanding of chemistry, physics, and nanomaterials.  His passion for the field led him to Drexel University’s PhD program, where his research was on the frontier of new technology related to energy storage and quantum computing. He…

“You Can Figure It Out — the Industry Isn’t an Ivory Tower”: MaiAda Carpano’s Mission to Make the Tech Industry Accessible to All

“I always loved coding on a basic level,” said MaiAda Carpano, now a Junior Software Developer at Creditly. “As a child, I’d spend hours in my room learning HTML and CSS.” Although building web pages was one of her favorite pastimes, the idea of pursuing a career in coding never crossed MaiAda’s mind. “The industry was…

Top 18 Tips From Insiders to Help You Land That Dream Job

Out of all the motivating factors that lead participants to enroll in our boot camp, career advancement stands out from the rest. According to a study by Indeed, 80 percent of companies surveyed have offered jobs to boot camp alumni, and 99.8 percent of those who did would do it again. Finding the job that…

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